Reggae band Clear Conscience playing free show on 4/20 at Whiskey Dick’s Lake Tahoe |

Reggae band Clear Conscience playing free show on 4/20 at Whiskey Dick’s Lake Tahoe

Clear Conscience performs at Whiskey Dick's Saloon on Saturday.
Clear Conscience / Facebook

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What: Four Twenty Reggae Celebration

When: 9 p.m.-midnight, Saturday, April 20

Where: Whiskey Dick’s Saloon (2660 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, Calif.)

Tickets: No cover charge, must be 21 or older


Saturday happens to be April 20. You know … cough … cough …. 420.

Wait. What are we doing? It’s 2019. Marijuana is legal in California and Nevada (and word on the street is South Lake Tahoe finally has recreational sales).

No need to be all hush about international marijuana day. You can proudly, and likely slowly, grab that bong (or water pipe, as the more mature adults call it) and partake. DISCLAIMER: Must be 21 years of age or older, seriously it’s the law; public ingestion of cannabis is still illegal, so don’t be stupid; and don’t drive stoned.

Now that we got that out of the way, you might be looking for a fun way to commemorate 420, after you get your buzz on of course.

Whiskey Dick’s Saloon is the place to be Saturday night. The South Shore establishment is hosting a “four twenty reggae celebration” featuring a free performance by Clear Conscience.

As the Bay Area group’s bio explains, “Clear Conscience is a mix of reggae/rock/hip hop blended properly to give you that rootsy island one love feeling.”

And they ain’t kidding. Clear Conscience strikes the perfect chill sound, but not melt-in-the-couch chill — more like that chill music that you can groove and move to.

Check them out on Spotify or YouTube if you don’t believe us.

Adding to the fun, Whiskey Dick’s will be serving up Tahoe Blue Vodka drink specials all night.

The reggae celebration starts at 9 p.m. and continues until midnight.

Whiskey Dick’s Saloon is located at 2660 Lake Tahoe Blvd., in South Lake Tahoe. Find them on Facebook for information about upcoming shows.

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